Eleventh Century Abbey Wedding
When it comes to wedding scenery, does it get much better than breathtaking abbey ruins in England? Corette Faux dreamed up and styled this stunning styled shoot inspired by a bit of poetry. The color palette of orange, yellow, green, and crisp white is exactly the trick to brighten up our day!
From the photographer, Corette Faux: Tucked away in the remote beautiful part of Hampshire stands an 11th century Abbey. The remains are hauntingly beautiful and frequented by photographers. We took advantage of the soaring arches for this bridal portrait session and were mainly inspired by the The Quote of Dean Jackson for these bridal portraits: “Beauty is defined by the depth of the heart and freedom of the spirit. When she transformed into a butterfly, the caterpillar spoke not of her beauty, but of her weirdness, they wanted her to change back into what she has always been, but she had wings.”
The lace detailing and the dropped sleeve on this gown make it ideal for a bohemian bride
This cake topped with walnuts and pears couldn’t possibly look even more delicious — not to mention beautiful!
I love the look and texture of the ruins and stone. We have a few of those type of locations in my area and you can’t beat them. I have also noticed a slight shift to a vineyard theme with similar type architecture. https://www.partystarsdj.com/#!Brides-Are-Drinking-Up-Vineyards/t2oca/5702f83f0cf2efb3747be0df